Fave ep: ESM Season 12,Sec fave: Butterballs Season 16
this episode sucks ass
not funny at all
and on the top of that no eric cartman
the ending made me sad ,and how the kids we're beaten up
this is the most controversial SP episode untill now...
at the end of season 10,except this and AMLF,i loved all the episodes,so it' the best season yet
up top season 11 now
"I hate you coach...I hate you" ~Beaten up little kid
but in fact, there is not. and i do not think i would have liked the episode if the cancer kid would have been miraculously healed. that just ain't how reality rolls, you know.
i knew several people who died of cancer myself, so my sincere condolences to you, man.Muck11111111111 wrote:dude seriously? why did that kid die? Does anyone think it's funny when someone dies of leukemia? my mom died of it 3 months ago and trust me it's NOT funny. I love this show but I hate this episode. And I just want to know why that was added!
Favorite Episode: Krazy Kripples
No, I don't agree with the "everything is ok, or nothing is" philosophy either, clearly.
I think Cartman acting like a Nazi is funny, I think making fun of all different races and cultures is funny, but... there's something about a 5 year old dying to cancer that doesn't tickle my funny bone.
Go figure, maybe I'm screwy in the head?
( Otherwise the episode was pretty good! )
I know the child was dying of cancer, but the child placed a huge amount of pressure on stan asking him to win the match so that he would live. how f***ed up is that? and also, what were the parents doing forcing him to sort the situation out that they should have had the responsibility to face themselves? 'i'm his father, but you're his coach...your like a father to him!'
if i was dying of cancer at that age, and i asked some 8 year old to win a match for me or else i would die of cancer, my parents would sort me out and say, 'you know, whether the match is won or lost that will have no effect on whether you are going to survive or not'. you'd have to be pretty psychologically imbalanced to let something like that kill you.
i think the professional team savaging the pee-wee team is just another point altogether on how unfairly people can be treated. it's totally ludicrous that what's happens to the kids team happens, and yet the professional team think they are heroes. i think it made a good point.
from the person who impounds his bike, to the kid dying of cancer, to the child's parents, to the Red Wings - the idea of fairness seems alien to everyone except stan.
Was like willzyx all over again. Except willzyx was still a tad funny, while this was just disturbing.
South park's grim endings are still awesome.Sure most of you probably hate it, and i did aswell, but everything goes.
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